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An E4 show called Beauty and the Geek, used to be a guilty pleasure of mine. Guilty because while I enjoyed the spectacle of paired-up strangers bringing out the best in one another other, I didn't enjoy the reductive labelling or the sexist gender division whereby the "geek" was always a man and the "beauty" was always a woman.

Three-year-old British boy dies after falling into a swimming pool on holiday in Spain's Costa del Sol

Toddler's death came on what has been dubbed Black Sunday after two other people drowned in the sea

Darren O'Flaherty was arrested at a Chinese restaurant in north Wales

Police in Wales arrest one of Britain's most wanted fugitives – on his birthday

Darren O'Flaherty, 39, is wanted for questioning by both Spanish and UK law enforcement in relation to a suspected murder and knife-point kidnapping

Football match between Marbella and PSNI police forces abandoned as tempers flare

They might have been expected to set an example, and old enough to know better, but an over-35s football match between two police forces had to be abandoned when the match officials were abused after two players were sent off.

New West Brom signing, Diego Lugano

Diego Lugano signs for West Bromwich Albion

Uruguay defender Diego Lugano has announced he is leaving Paris Saint-Germain to join West Bromwich Albion.

Roque Santa Cruz celebrates scoring against Atletico de Madrid in a La Liga game

Transfer latest: Malaga confirm permanent signing of Roque Santa Cruz following Manchester City release

Striker will remain with Spanish club having spent last season on loan from City

Family death in Spain 'linked to child's disability'

Police say they are working on the theory that the deaths were a murder-suicide

Former police sergeant among six convicted over £5.7m escort agency scam

Six people have been convicted for their part in a £5.7 million fraud after a court heard they conned members of the public in an online escort agency scam.

Malaga midfielder Francisco R. Alarcon 'Isco' celebrates his goal against Deportivo de La Coruna

Isco reveals Real Madrid and Manchester City have made offers for him

The Spain international appears certain to leave Malaga this summer

Sevilla winger may follow Isco to join Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad Stadium

Jesus Navas hints at £20m switch to Manchester City as Real Madrid bid to keep Cristiano Ronaldo

Real Madrid are expected to step up their transfer activity this week

Malaga playmaker Isco

Manchester City face competition from Real Madrid for Isco, according to reports in Spain

The 21-year-old Spain international is under contract until 2016

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Pablo Zabaleta says the Manuel Pellegrini style of football is 'great'

The Chilean is expected to replace Roberto Mancini

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The pair were close during their time together at the Etihad Stadium

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Salomé's feminine wiles have inspired writers, painters and musicians for 2,000 years. Now audiences can meet the Biblical femme fatale in two new stage and screen projects
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British Library celebrates all things Gothic

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